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In the Maine woods one may play as moderately or as strenuously as he likes. If one does not care to "rough it" but desires the woods surroundings with all the comforts of home, his desires are easily met. Maine woods camps rival metropolitan hotels in the comforts they afford their guests. Some of the larger camps have gas or electric lighting plants, private baths and telephones, yet a short trip from camp takes one into the abode of all the finned and furred and feathered denizens of the forest.

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Bangor and Aroostook Railroad


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In the Maine Woods: 1909 Edition



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